ATR delivered 54 aircraft in 2009, down one from the prior year, and enjoyed record revenue of $1.4 billion, up 7.7%. The French turboprop manufacturer took orders for 40 new aircraft plus 17 options last year compared to 42 orders plus 14 options in 2008. CEO Stephane Mayer said the activity was the "result of the commitment and the strong efforts done in order to cope with the current adverse global environment" and that while 2010 will be "difficult," the company is focused on ...

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